Murder of Jasmine Nunez by ‘Facebook Killer’ Andres Ceballos detailed on Web Of Lies

Jasmine Nunez and Andres Ceballos photo
Jasmine Nunez was murdered by her boyfriend, Andres Ceballos, who later took his own life. Pic credit: Family photos/Facebook

The murder of Jasmine Nunez by Andres Ceballos is detailed in the latest episode of Web Of Lies on Investigation Discovery.

On June 12, 2011, firefighters were putting out a brush fire at James Baird State Park in Pleasant Valley, New York, when they found the charred remains of an individual wearing Levi’s 524 jeans, a cami shirt, and Victoria’s Secret underwear.

Officials said the body sat unclaimed in the Dutchess County coroner’s office for several days before relatives identified the body as Nunez by her tattoos.

The 22-year-old dental assistant student had been missing for seven days before her body was found engulfed in flames, less than a mile from the Taconic State Parkway.

During an investigation, a witness told police that they saw a vehicle in the area moments before Nunez’s body was found.

On June 22, 2011, police found the vehicle—a 2010 Chevrolet Malibu—in Emporia, Virginia, being driven by Nunez’s live-in boyfriend. When an officer pulled Ceballos over, he exited the vehicle and ran into a field and shot himself.

Ceballos was pronounced dead at the scene.

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Investigators believe that Ceballos beat Nunez to death at an unknown location before transporting her body to James Baird State Park, where he set her body on fire.

The circumstances leading up to the murder remains unknown, but relatives stated that Ceballos became paranoid and jealous after they started living together.

They said Nunez and Ceballos would constantly get into arguments. He would hack into Nunez’s email accounts, listen in on her phone calls, and he would also include himself in the plans she had with her family.

He also posted on her Facebook account after she’d been murdered, fooling relatives into thinking Nunez was still alive.

After Nunez’s death, her relatives started a foundation called The Jasmine Nunez Foundation in an effort to prevent domestic violence.

Web Of Lies — Death Of An Internet Star, airs at 9/8c on Investigation Discovery.

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3 years ago

Watching this now on ID. Its already sad. I believe she should not had moved in with this guy. It was too soon. Couples need to get to know each other first. Maybe if she had waited like 6 months to a year, she woulda seen that “other” side of him. Sad to know that she’s no longer with her loved ones.

2 years ago
Reply to  Ginny

U cant be seriously blaming her. “She should’ve, should’ve not”. How about he should’ve been a decent human being. Even if she moved in later he wouldve still ended up killing her at some point.

10 months ago
Reply to  A

True that!! How about couples who have been together for 25 years but husband killed wife. You just never know people snap out of nowhere. God Bless her soul RIP Jasmine.

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